Dr. Gordana Pavlekovia, from the A. Stampar School of Public Health, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, talked to the curriculum study group (48th meeting) of the Japan Society for Medical Education, on December 6, 1985, on the topic “Feedback and Evaluation-Methods and Implementation, ” on which Dr. S. Hayashi, Kawasaki City Hospital, reported. The topic was closely related with the JICA's 5-year project on the Continuing Education for Primary Health Care in Yugoslavia. The project is planned to supply audiovisual aids and computer aided instructions to the primary health care network which is existing in Croatia, Yugoslavia.
Dr. Gordana Pavlekovic from Zagreb, Yugoslavia talked to the curriculum study group (49th meeting) of the Japan Society for Medical Education, held in Tokyo, on December 19, 1986, on which Dr. N. Onodera, National Institute of Public Health, reported. The topic was on the primary health care and Yugoslavia. Dr. Pavlekovié was staying in Japan for 3 weeks to work for the JICA's 5-year project, “Continuing Education for Primary Health Care in Yugoslavia, ” which started in 1984. Medical educators in Japan and Yugoslavia are now in cooperation for the success of this difficult project to improve continuing medical education for health workers. The talk. by Dr. Pavlekovié was planned to supply information of primary health care system in Yugoslavia to Japanese educators.
Dr. Gordana PavlekoviC from the A. Stampar School of Public Health, University of Zagreb, joined to the committee meeting on teaching technology held at the Overseas Vocational Training Association (OVTA) near Tokyo, on November 21, 1985, on which Dr. S. Hayashi, Kawasaki City Hospital, reported. Dr. Pavlekovid was staying in Japan for 3 weeks for the JICA's project on the Continuing Education for Primary. Health Care in Yugoslavia. The committee members made survey and research also on the facilities of the OVTA for teaching technology.